Projects

104 AROGYAVANI | PPP – Karnataka | 2013

Piramal Swasthya’s one of the largest health helpline centres in India providing validated health advice to vulnerable population of Karnataka State. Arogyavani Karnataka has received over 1.6 crore calls and has provided Medical advice to 6.9 lakh cases. The helpline has served around 12.7% cases belonging to communicable diseases, around 56.6% Non-Communicable disease cases.

 

 

Chandranna Sanchara Chikitsa | PPP – Andhra Pradesh | 2016

State of Andhra Pradesh envisions the overall health and wellness of the state population. Piramal Swasthya’s one of the largest Mobile Medical Units (MMUs) program in Andhra Pradesh is acting as a force multiplier to existing health centers. These MMUs are making healthcare service delivery available, accessible and affordable for remote and underserved population.

Mobile Medical Services | PPP – Sri Ganganagar, Rajasthan | 2016

Piramal Swasthya, in partnership with the National Health Mission, Govt. of Rajasthan, has been operating 6 Mobile Medical Units across 6 blocks in Ganganagar district of Rajasthan serving 120 villages each month since April 2015. Each of these MMUs conduct health camps at the pre-designated fixed set of 20 villages in a month. Each MMU is staffed by a Doctor (MBBS), a Nurse (GNM), a Pharmacist, a Lab Technician and a driver. In the MMU along with a free doctor consultation, free basic laboratory tests are performed as well as free medicines are provided. The services are provided with special focus on ANC and PNC checkups and screening, diagnosis and management of NCDs.

 

 

Prevention of Parent to Child Transmission of HIV (PPTCT) | PLAN International | iNGO – Rajasthan | 2015

Prevention of Parent to Child transmission (PPTCT) of HIV AIDS – “AHANA” program is a program initiated by PLAN International (India Chapter) in partnership with Piramal Swasthya in 17 districts of Rajasthan to increase the uptake of PPTCT services. The program is supported by the Rajasthan State Aids Control Society (RSACS) and National Health Mission, Govt. of Rajasthan. The Project specifically looks at building skills (facilitate) at institutional and community levels to increase uptake of PPTCT Services in a sensitive manner in the selected districts. The Program aims to Build the skills among peripheral health workers under general health system in PPTCT and to conduct outreach and follow-up of HIV Positive Women and HIV Exposed infants.

 

Comprehensive Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Project | World Diabetes Foundation | iNGO – Assam | 2016

The Comprehensive Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus project was introduced to fulfil the need for diabetes screening, treatment, and management in Assam. World Diabetes Foundation partnered with Piramal Swasthya to train key human resources with a focus on prevention, management, pregnancy, children, and complications. A major thrust was also put towards affecting positive behavioural changes among the target population.